|Title:||Original Farmall Cub and Cub Cadet (Original Series)|
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|Publisher:||Voyageur Press; 1st edition (January 28, 2006)|
Kenneth Updike is an IH enthusiast and has been since birth. He has authored a number of IH books, including Original Farmall Cub and Cub Cadet, Farmall Cub and Cub Cadet, and International Harvester Tractors 1955–1985. He lives in Evansville, Wisconsin, with his wife and children. Series: Original Series. One person found this helpful.
Cub Cadet Original By Kenneth Updike MBI Books in. .
The original Farmall is widely viewed as the first tractor to combine a set of traits that would define the row-crop tractor category, although competition in the category came quickly. Although it was not the first tractor to have any one of these traits, it was early in bringing the winning combination to market
The Farmall Cub or International Cub (or simply "Cub" as it is widely known) was the smallest tractor manufactured by International Harvester (IH) under either the McCormick-Deering, Farmall, or International names from 1947 through 1981 in Louisville, Kentucky. Fay, G. & Kraushaar, . Original Farmall Hundred Series 1954–1958, Motorbooks International, 2003, ISBN 0-7603-0856-X. Updike, . Farmall Cub & Cub Cadet, MBI, 2002, ISBN 0-7603-1079-3. Original Farmall Cub and Cub Cadet, MBI, 2005, ISBN 0-7603-2138-8.
The International Cub Cadet (original) was built by International Harvester from 1961 to 1963 in the Louisville, Kentucky, USA factory. It featured a 7 hp (. kW) Kohler engine. For Company history see. Main article: International Harvester. International decided to enter the garden tractor market in 1961 with the Cub Cadet.
Cub Cadet models built between 1960 and 1963, commonly called "original" Cub models by enthusiasts, were based on the Farmall Cub tractor. In these models, the engine sat higher than the drive shaft, and the transmission and drive shaft were powered by a belt connecting the transmission to the engine's power take-off, or PTO. Although the frame of the original Cub differed from those of models built after 1963, original Cubs are considered to be "narrow frame" models to differentiate them from later wide frame models. Early Narrow Frame Models. Cub Cadet Models 70 and.
The book enthusiasts have been waiting for! From their inception in the 1940s through the end of production, this book discusses in detail the popular Farmall Cub, Bug Lo-Boy, and much-needed coverage of the Cub Cadet line